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Tala Live at Cafe Nostalgica on 2005-11-25

by Tala

Topics Live concert


Flute Flies
banter
Djello
banter/changeovertositar
Besides Bombay
Superhappylucky
banter
Lab Rat
Stuck On My Back
Weirder Than Me
Off The Grid
?
Bubble
Fat Cat
wait for encore
It Is What It Is[1]


Collection Tala
Band/Artist Tala
Date November 25, 2005
Venue Cafe Nostalgica
Location Ottawa, ON

Source SP-BMC3 (front of stage,7' up,3" apart) > SP-SPSB1 > analog line-in > Creative Nomad JB3 (WAV,44,1kHz,+5db)
Lineage Creative Nomad JB3 > SB1394 > CDWav > Shorten-3.5.1
Taped by BradM
Transferred by BradM


Notes

[1] With Pierre Chretien of Soul Jazz Orchestra (http://www.souljazzorchestra.com) on keyboard.

Taped and transferred by BradM (bradmcmail@yahoo.ca).

Reviews

Reviewer: Tyler - - February 11, 2006
Subject: cool groove / fusion band!
I had never heard of this show before today. I picked it because I liked the name of the band adn it had streaming options available so I could listen without downloading. The band sounds like a cool fusion mix of jazz and funk. there is a flute, drumms, guitar, a sidhar at times, etc. No hamond organ but they can really jam in a good way and make some fun sounds to groove to. The recording is a little drums heavy, making it so you can't really hear the vocals as well. even when the drums are soft, the vocals are 'blurry' and not so clear but still somewhat discernable. It also sounds overall Left channel biased. The songs are not that long and a lot of fun. Track 5 sees a sidtar coming out (the indian instrument). The crowd sounds kinda small and they are chatty! because the mics are right on the stage lip, the crowd isn't picked up much, but you can still hear them yapping away at the show. Sounds like a fun time, if Tala ever comes to san diego, ca i'll see them and tape them.
Reviewer: Assam - - February 11, 2006
Subject: wicked & wild
I was at this show, and they tore the f'n roof off. The house was packed, the air steamy, a wicked time for everyone.
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